The Caribbean-fusion restaurant on Communipaw Avenue had a soft opening last week, and expects to open formally very soon.
The Jersey City-based restaurant is expanding into the Brick City at a time when Downtown Newark's culinary scene is exploding.
With Journal Square's development plans gaining traction, new spots are being drawn in -- pairing good food with community engagement.
The neighborhood’s new coffee house and espresso bar offers caffeine and a real community vibe at 85 Franklin Street.
The smoothie and juice bar will be opening their fourth New Jersey location at an uptown storefront in the Mile Square City.
Chef Marcus Samuelsson, famed founder of Harlem’s Red Rooster restaurant, is bringing his talents to Newark. Marcus B&P, located at 56 Halsey Street, opens on Friday in the newly renovated Hahne & Co. Building.
The food and gaming chain was barred from New Jersey until two years ago, not because it had broken any law, but because its very business model was illegal.
The Southern-style restaurant looks to provide a regular live music venue and give a jolt to the city’s Downtown entertainment scene.
A new spot serving sweet and savory blinis will be opening soon near the Grove Street PATH station.
The restaurant, owned by Marcus Samuelsson, has named an executive chef and is getting ready to fire up their food service potentially later this month.